Synchronize automatically keeps the documents on two or more Macs up to date by copying the newest version of those documents to the other Mac.
It makes sure your desktop Mac and your PowerBook, or your Mac at home, have the most recent versions of your documents.
To use Synchronize, all you do is select two folders on your desktop. Synchronize identifies documents which correspond between the two folders and copies the newest document to the other folder.
Use a floppy disk to carry your files from one Mac to another, or use File Sharing and a network connection, or Apple Remote Access. Synchronize makes sure that the newest versions of your documents are in both folders, no matter where you changed them last.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Synchronize supports Balloon Help, Apple Events, and AppleScript. It runs on all Macs which have System 6.0.2 or later, or System 7, or Mac OS 8, including Performas, Quadras, PowerBooks, and Power Macs.
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